Former and current Central Wyoming College accounting and income tax students provide free help preparing 2012 taxes to taxpayers that cannot afford professional assistance on the CWC campus Wednesdays from Feb. 20 through April 3.
The 19-year-old Central Wyoming College student from Kremmling, Colo., is among the growing number of women choosing welding as a profession; though it is estimated only 2 percent of this nation’s welders are women.
(Feb. 8, 2013)A two-term member of the Central Wyoming College Board was honored with a Leadership Award from the Wyoming Association of Community College Trustees Thursday night.
To honor Earth Day, a pair of Central Wyoming College clubs presents a free screening of the energy documentary “Switch” on Monday, April, 22 at 6 p.m. in the Little Theatre.
Central Wyoming College’s tenth annual showcase of student-directed plays provides two different evenings of comedy, music and drama over a four-day period.
Central Wyoming College Technical Theater Director Chontelle Gray’s efforts of building a culture of safety at CWC have been recognized nationally and she has been asked to promote it to academic and professional theater and entertainment companies across the country.
The Central Wyoming College Speech and Debate team returned to campus with several awards in hand following a tournament in Reno, Nevada.
Central Wyoming College’s Second Wind program continues to accept applications from 18-21-year-old students who had been in the juvenile justice system.
When the 2013 fall semester begins, almost the entire Central Wyoming College campus will have been transformed.
A variety of student-produced films are showcased at Central Wyoming College’s Student Film Festival Wednesday, May 1.